The Fifth

Cinco de Mayo has a special meaning at our house. 5/5/43 marks the day my Dad, Don Miller, was saved, baptized and called to preach. It was turning point in his life, and it was the starting point for our family.

One day God changed one man's sense of direction, and for 72 years he called thousands to join him in a daily walk with Jesus. He lived what he believed. Four words were forged by fire in his heart, before they were chiseled in stone on his grave.